The wireless charging wars have basically been stopped by Chinese regulations mandating the 80 W max, but no such limitation for wired charging , so Chinese smartphone makers keep improving (pardon the simple pun) their systems every year.
According to new prolific (and usually reliable) rumors Digital Chat Station , Realme plans to soon take over wired from Redmi with its GT Neo 5 smartphone Charge Crown. It is said that there will be two versions, one of which has a 4, 500 mAh battery and a 799 W charging support. This is undoubtedly a variant of the 150 W system that Oppo demoed back in February, and it will apparently be exclusive to Realme for a while before being handed down Moving on to Oppo and OnePlus phones.
Realme GT Neo 3 150W
Realme GT Neo 5 will also be launched with 5,000 mAh battery and the “only” versionW charging support. Oppo’s 150W tech demo showcases a 4,150 mAh battery in the Going from zero to 80% in 9 minutes is probably what you should expect to see in GT Neo 5 in real life, Because the batteries are only slightly larger, and the technology will take months to mature and become more efficient.
Honestly, even if it’s 12 minutes, we won’t be disappointed and neither will you It shouldn’t – it’s crazy to think of a full charge in such a short amount of time, especially considering that contemporary flagships from Apple and Google both take close to two hours to do the same thing.
Oppo’s 150 W system can last 1, 500 The battery power drops to 22% of its initial capacity after one charge cycle. This is twice as long as a normal battery. Interestingly, even though Realme is related to Oppo (although itself is still independent), its 150W technology as shown in GT Neo 3 in the battery The power has dropped to 80% of its initial capacity.
This is still commendable, the difference between brands This difference may also be reflected in the price of the respective equipment.
Source (Chinese) | Via